colbert-inspired web 2.0

Unlike the Isolatr, snubster is a functioning anti-social networking site. Users create two lists: those people or things that are on notice and those people or things that are “dead to me.” Both lists are inspired by Stephen Colbert of The Colbert Report. So far, I can think of only one thing for my “on … Continue reading “colbert-inspired web 2.0”

Unlike the Isolatr, snubster is a functioning anti-social networking site. Users create two lists: those people or things that are on notice and those people or things that are “dead to me.” Both lists are inspired by Stephen Colbert of The Colbert Report. So far, I can think of only one thing for my “on notice” list, but I’m sure more will be added in the future.

beating winter blues

I picked up a copy of The Daily Barometer when I was at OSU. It was the Friday, January 21st edition, and I kept my copy because of an item on page B4 in “The Top 5: Ways to beat the Winter Blues.” It is an amusing bit of tongue in cheek political satire with … Continue reading “beating winter blues”

I picked up a copy of The Daily Barometer when I was at OSU. It was the Friday, January 21st edition, and I kept my copy because of an item on page B4 in “The Top 5: Ways to beat the Winter Blues.” It is an amusing bit of tongue in cheek political satire with a bit of college frat boy humor thrown in:

Stare at a picture of the president
Whenever I’m feeling low, I search for true inspiration. It is in these moments that I look at a photo of George W. Bush — smug-ass smile and all — and repeat to myself, “If he can do it, you can do it! U-S-A! U-S-A!” Then, I snort six lines of coke, take a pull of whiskey and go for a drive.
–Brian Gjurgevich
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